Colorful or Creepy Alley Monopole Backpack
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Walk down a colorful or creepy alley with your trusty 360 camera like the Insta360 Pro 2 and the Monopole Backpack. Adjust the built in 39inch monopole to raise your camera to the proper ghastly height. Order now, ain't afraid of no ghost with the Monopole Backpack limited stock.
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Learn how to get views as a 360 photographer or a Virtual Tour creator on Google Map by creating the BLUE LINE Google Street View Path. Reach 1.6M views on Google Map in less than 3 months by simply following this method. Using the Labpano Pilot One EE 360 camera and the Monopole Backpack.
Google Street View for Business: Recipe for Success
When mapping uncharted hiking trails and going off the beaten path, a monopole backpack is an affordable and convenient way to capture your Google Street View imagery. Read the full article on Insta360's website.
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Warning: The Insta360 Titan exceeds the maximum weight capacity of the Monopole Backpack 10lbs/4.5kg. Do not take this risk if you cannot afford the possible consequences. Operating the Monopole Backpack with the Insta360 Titan could lead to the monopole breaking, damage to the camera, and harm the operator. Using the Insta360 Titan with the Monopole Backpack is not at all recommend.
Imagine what you can do with the Monopole Backpack:
The Monopole Backpack is the only backpack with a built in 39-inch (99cm) monopole. Use the built in monopole to raise the camera all the way up for an aerial view or keep the camera low to simulate a human perspective (POV Shot). The monopole of the backpack can support up to 10lbs/4.5kg.
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